Ghana vs. South Africa: FIFA to survey the penalty

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has unequivocally hit back at match control charges made by South Africa after the sides’ World Cup qualifying match on Sunday.

In a phenomenal assertion Thursday, GFA said the South African Football Association (SAFA) had made a “heap of lies” after it had stopped an authority protest with world football’s overseeing body FIFA, claiming match fixing and match control.

The discussion emerged after a punishment choice assisted Ghana with dominating the essential game 1-0.

The spot kick was granted when Daniel Amartey went down under extremely negligible contact from safeguard Rushine de Reuck, with arbitrator Maguette Ndiaye ​quickly highlighting the spot.

Jordan Ayew moved forward to score the punishment which sent the Black Stars through to the last phase of capability and finished South Africa’s fantasies about playing at Qatar 2022.

“We wish to state completely that the charges are silly, ridiculous and (need) merit and ought to be treated with all the hatred that ​(they merit),” GFA said in its assertion.

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“These charges from South Africa Football Association are only an arranged plan and a determined endeavor to move center from the loss, redirect consideration from their inability to meet all requirements for the end of the season games and treacherously mark the well deserved triumph of the Black Stars.”

​Referencing South Africa’s public group, it added: “As a decent wearing Association, we realize that Bafana gave it their everything except lost to a superior group (and should be frank to tell the South African public this).

“We wish Bafana and our partners at SAFA you can’t win them all.”

On Wednesday, ​FIFA affirmed that it has accepted SAFA’s true dissent and said it would be considered by the Disciplinary Committee on November 23.

South Africa requested that the overseeing body explore “unfair and unlawful lead of the match arbitrator and different authorities, concerning match fixing, match control including debasement and pay off” after what it says was various problematic choices all through the match.

Ghana Football association said SAFA had recently been practicing its entitlement to stop an authority grievance to FIFA.

In the interim, gotten some information about the idea of its assertion, the GFA told the media it didn’t wish to offer any further remark however affirmed it would present an authority reaction to FIFA.

The directing group has not remarked freely on the debate at this point.

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